Spires (the Gonzaga Yearbook),1924 to present
This collection contains the scanned pages from the Spires, the Gonzaga yearbook. All of the volumes up to the past academic year have been scanned.
The Spires, published by Gonzaga students, shows photographs of the events and people of that period of time.
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This collection is under construction. As of today, you will find all the Rogues Gallery photographs from 1887 to 1987/88 and 1989/90. You will find only the senior images for the following years: 1988/89; 1990/1991- 1999/2000. Please visit this site regularly for updates. Additional and / or better quality photographs might be …
This collection contains scanned images of every page of the Gonzaga Catalogs from 1887 to 1930. These early catalogs of Gonzaga College and Gonzaga University contain course offerings, faculty lists, and student register of names. They also list programs from events, organizations and their officers, and special academic awards …
This collection contains scanned images of every page of the Gonzaga in Florence Yearbooks from 1970 to 1984. The Gonzaga in Florence Program allows junior college students the opportunity to study in Florence, Italy for the year. These yearbooks were published by the students to show what activities happened during their academic year …
This collection contains the scanned pages from Gonzaga, a student literary and scholarly publication. All of the published volumes have been scanned. At its inception, the magazine was published monthly and then became quarterly. During the span of years it changed its name from Gonzaga, to Gonzaga Quarterly, and then to Quarterly.
The Digital Collection Team for Gonzaga University works to make historical images and publications from the University Archives accessible while preserving the current climate of campus for future use. This team resides in the Foley Center Library.
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